Phrasal verb with take

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to begin to have control of sth
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take over
When he died his son took over as CEO.
face a problem
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take (sth) in (your) stride
When you become a politician, you soon learn to take criticism in your stride.
start to like sth/sb; start doing sth often
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take to
His wife took to her new neighbours at once. She was so depressed she took to drink.
suddenly start to be successful; start to fly (plain)
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take off
Her singing career had just begun to take off.
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take in
I had to read the letter twice before i could take it all in.
to be actively involved in sth
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take part in
All the children took part in the Thanksgiving play.
to believe sth to be the truth without even thinking about it
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take sth for granted
Some people take it for granted that everyone can speak english.

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